LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Sci Fi Channel's journey
down the yellow brick road paid off big Sunday night.
The first night of the network's six-hour miniseries "Tin
Man," a surrealistic take on L. Frank Baum's "The Wonderful
Wizard of Oz," averaged more than 6.3 million viewers from 9-11
p.m., making it the most-watched telecast in network history,
according to preliminary ratings data released Monday by
Nielsen Media Research. The previous record holder was Part 1
of the 2002 miniseries "Taken" (6.1 million).
"Tin Man," which was also scheduled to air Monday and
Tuesday, stars Zooey Deschanel as the world-weary heroine, DG
(a.k.a. Dorothy Gale). Alan Cumming, Neal McDonough, Kathleen
Robertson, Raoul Trujillo and Richard Dreyfuss also star.